Shokz (Formerly AfterShokz) OpenRun Review – The best bone-conducting headphones for runners and cycling

In December, AfterShokz announced their rebranding to Shokz, at the same time they announced the new OpenRun bond conduction headphones. Shokz OpenRun vs Aeropex The new Shokz OpenRun headphones are identical to the previous flagship Aeropex. However, they have now been upgraded to a new quick charging solution. It is worth noting that in the … Read more

Shokz (formerly known as AfterShokz) launches OpenRun – A quick charging version of the Aeropex bone conduction sports headphones

From now on, AfterShokz will be officially re-named as Shokz. Shokz claims that the simplification of the brand name from AfterShokz to Shokz creates a shorter, more powerful word that is easier to remember and share, helping to spread the word and bring the benefits of open-ear listening to more sports enthusiasts. Apparently, shortening “AfterShokz” … Read more

Mu6 Ring Open-Ear Wireless Headphones Review – A good alternative to bone-conducting Aftershokz for running, less so for cycling.

I was impressed with the Mu6 Space2 when I reviewed them, they are still some of the best performing ANC headphones I have used. Mu6 are now back with something a little different. Air conduction headphones. These open fit headphones offer an alternative solution to the popular bone-conducting headphones from Aftershokz, and they are quite … Read more

Bose Frames Review

Announced last year in the form of Bose AR, the Bose Frames were a pair of sunglasses that were supposed to offer augmented reality functionality via audio. Between then and the release date they were released as Bose Frames and no AR functionality has been launched. This, therefore, leaves these as a pair of sunglasses … Read more